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eshed because the show is running over and yet i continue to talk. it is almost as if i'm expressing my disdain for his authoritative ways. ha ha ha. geoff: i do love when you exert your powers, mr. ferguson. craig: good night, everyone.
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new is presented to the commission then it will be reopen. commissioner >> i'm supporting that where the kitchen and other rooms could be moved to the back. it's there to give you light into the restaurant but i don't know what it looks like to the west and east but this is my concern. i'm generally okay with looithd in the country club >> would two weeks be sufficient. >> yes. you have to give me the date. >> that would be february 7th accounting. so is the continuance committee more to the february 7th accounting >> slightly. >> commissioner borden. >> my question is when you come back on that date talk about the mechanic equipment that i are going to use please have that. >> does the project commission have - i don't know here talking about 11 feet i suggested by keeping the light and is the mechanical equipment a problem. >> is the primary issue the noise? so one of the issues is to keep the plan as is and keep the mechanical except. and option two is to pull the restaurant back 11 feet and notes have a right leaving the possibility of no natural light maybe having a sky
as it is now. we're going back to the restaurant thing >> i'm sorry if you forget that last idea the green roof is just more expensive and it's not worth the thing to do. i say we landscape the backyard >> then i would move to do that. >> the restaurant is 11 feet there's an 11 foot backyard it's notes evaded but the spiral staircase would be the residential backyard and that would be a landscape to did he - take care of the backyard. >> i'm not really sure what that does in terms of the noise. i don't know about the noise >> well, you don't have a window in the light well. >> the restaurant would have no windows in the backyard and that's fine. that's fine >> the commissioner could say there's no opening and make that as a condition. >> you couldn't have a window it's below grade. >> there would be nothing that would prevent them in the future that wouldn't be something that the commission would look at again. >> commissioner anthony. >> i'm probably okay with the motion. i don't want to be so restrictive. i've got an area that is owned by homeowners and it would be nice to get
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foot prescription. >> >> prescription. >> n from what >> i'm talking about cutting back the third floor 6 feet to the existing rear line to provide more light to come into the unit number 1 windows and number 2 windows. that would be totally blocked out >> i could agree with the pitch where it's down, however, i don't know how much light that could be base your building is to the west of the sponsors building and it sets higher than that. >> well, i'm talking about the morning light. during the wintertime the shadows that would be on that windows go from around 6 o'clock in the morning it's approximately 2 and a quarter hours like morning sun. that doesn't really happen because the current structure is slanted it's a totally slantd roofline but if you square that off >> we're only adding 2 feet in height. >> well, it has glass your they could have a fire pit. >> i'm trying to figure out this. at the >> okay. so i've heard a few things. i don't see a impact. i'm not sure which window he has in mind to glass >> we can go through the study if i take it your desire. >> i don'
- take care of the backyard. >> i'm not really sure what that does in terms of the noise. i don't know about the noise >> well, you don't have a window in the light well. >> the restaurant would have no windows in the backyard and that's fine. that's fine >> the commissioner could say there's no opening and make that as a condition. >> you couldn't have a window it's below grade. >> there would be nothing that would prevent them in the future that wouldn't be something that the commission would look at again. >> commissioner anthony. >> i'm probably okay with the motion. i don't want to be so restrictive. i've got an area that is owned by homeowners and it would be nice to get some light into the back of there i think more people are concerned about the activity back there and not the light. i don't want to see restriction. as long as there is no passage in there it's okay to let a little bit of light into the back of the restaurant. >> commissioner moore. >> i feel i need - in addition, not fact that the restaurant does not have any opening in the back you'll need some
francisco health department. i'm not here representing the city. i am here as a coffee drinker. i am in and out of restaurants regularly, and instead of standing in line at a restaurant, i would rather grab a quick cup of good coffee at expresso subito. >> my name is lynn person and i have lived and worked in san francisco for the last 29 years. i'm a business person in downtown and i guess i'm repeating a little bit of what he just said. this grab and go service, these trucks, this mobile truck industry is very valuable. it's a needed service for business people like myself. i will at times, when i have time frequent the restaurants and the coffee shops downtown. i have meetings and he use their internet and sit and have coffee there when i have time. when i don't, those trucks are a valuable service and i think that permit should be uphold. >> next speaker, please. >> good evening commissioners, my name is robert bookbinder; i had a long career at the san francisco water department, 25 years. i am recently roo tired. i spent many nights and days working on the streets of san fra
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oh hi, yes. wow you really went all out on the decorations, huh? yeah, but i'm so slow taking them down after all the fatty holiday food. but that's normal. what do you mean that's normal? it doesn't have to be. to me normal means feeling good inside. not slow. try some activia. activia helps with occasional irregularity when eaten three times a day. keep a video diary and let me know about your new normal. (dr. obyedkov) nurse! nurse! [sighs] there's a consent from boston for the cancer drug trial. any description of the process of previous trials? yep. any chance it'd work? no. it's not even designed to work. why would he-- it's designed to treat depression in terminal cancer patients. he doesn't seem depressed. [door opens] [noisy sigh] okay, let's assume that i am dying. which i specifically told you not to assume. could we at least assume that i'm not dying tomorrow? whereas this kid, pet revealed several more hot spots, but they're non-specific. how can you focus on him? it's the only way i can cope. pet also showed a left brain that's working hard. harder than the right? wou
length of the existing stairway >> thank you. any speakers which the d r a sponsors. >> hi. i'm the one that is asking for d r and if i just look at all the correspondence i'm here to tell you i'm not a unreasonable person. i talked to my neighbor when they first moved in she put a lot of money so that my property would be increasing in value. i said how could that be if i build all this structure on top of the roof floor? she said i don't need your blessings i have the complex i can get all i want. but during that time i was very ill. i have a heart disease. come to my house such a such day and such and such day you have to propose. i say why not do it asian style. why not make 50/50 just get it smaller but they have the money and resources to hire all these lawyers and connections i don't have. and the departments - but anyway, now that i have a heart transplant i feel better now to let you know i'm not an unreasonable person. please take the situation - i'm a limited income person i'm trying to be fair. please scale down and forget it and let's work together. please consider
estate and i'll i seen the project plans and i support it. i'm also family with the discretionary plans - this will be a very positive thing for the owners. as a real estate broker in san francisco i typically come up with those types of projects. i believe people support projects like this because they will have to change their properties at some point. i ask that the commission do not take discretionary review. thank you for your time >> at the. everything commissioners i'm a homeowner in the neighborhood. i ask that i please approve the project as it's designed and do not take discretionary review. the cross street a lawyer kin >> excuse me. people in the audience you're out of order. >> any first time support here. you have a 2 minute rebuttal. like i said i'm 85 percent for this project i like it. it needs to be tweaked. like i said, we don't know who's going to be living next door. this is a revolving frat house where people are constantly coming and going. sometimes, we have to call the cops on some of these people for this is not okay when i live on fourteenth street. so th
seed and i'm in covenant with god. and he said, yes, i did, dad. hallelujah! don't let satan have your children. don't let satan have your children or any family member of your life. you have to get back to the horns of the altar and stand up. the body says the kingdom of god -- you have to get up in the faiths of satan and say -- you can't have my family! because as a promise that god has laid upon us that he's going to give us family heritage. but also, he's going to give us divine health. jesus took strikes upon his back so we could have family heritage and family health. number three, occupational blessing in verse 4. the fruit of the ground and cattle. in viable times, most of them raised cattle or sheep or agriculture. so having an occupational blessing was very, very important. today we don't necessarily, unless you're a farmer and live that way, there's a lot of different things we do. but the occupational blessing is upon us. ever you have to know god has a divine assignment on your life. whatever you're doing right now god has anointed you to do. it may not even be what you w
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. - it's no problem. so do you live around here? - no, i am visiting for one week. then i'm going home to my husband. - well, "married" is an interesting word. it means different things to different people. - to me, it means everything. - i was afraid you'd say that. well, tell your husband that he is a lucky man. - actually, i'm the lucky one. good night. - [answering message in yoruba] [answering machine beeps] - [speaking yoruba] [tires squealing] [randy newman ragtime theme] ♪ it's a jungle out there ♪ disorder and confusion everywhere ♪ ♪ no one seems to care ♪ well, i do ♪ hey, who's in charge here? ♪ it's a jungle out there ♪ poison in the very air we breathe ♪ ♪ do you know what's in the water that you drink? ♪ ♪ well, i do, and it's a-ma-zing ♪ ♪ people think i'm crazy 'cause i worry all the time ♪ ♪ if you paid attention, you'd be worried too ♪ ♪ you'd better pay attention or this world we love so much ♪ ♪ might just kill you ♪ i could be wrong now ♪ but i don't think so ♪ 'cause it's a jungle out there ♪ ♪ it's a jungle out t
>> kary: i'm kary osmond x welcome to "best recipes ever." tonight's pierogi dinner will have the family come back for more. creamy pierogies, tender on the inside,. braised ca cabbage with bacon and onions. and this simple beat, apple and spinach salad is a great. get ready, the best pierogi dinner is coming up next. >> kary: we're making a delicious pierogi dinner from scratch today. i chose this recipe for potato cheddar pierogies because the dumplings are stuffed with potato filling and lots of cheese. you'll make everyone super happy. ice dicing up potato. we're using a russet. i'm going to add it to my water and we're making it mashed potatoes. this will be the filling for the perogies. if you've a never had a pierogi before, all it is a dimpling that is stuffed with either something savoury or sweet. today we're going make savoury pierogies stuffed with mashed potatoes and cheddar cheese. we're going to make the dough from scratch crd this is easy to make. once you do it once, you'll be a pro. i have three cups much all purpose flour. add one teaspoon of salt. all you d
. this is not the way the planning commission works. it's not the way the city attorney should work either. so i'm asking you on item 12 when you get to it refuse to okay. the i r and kick it over to the - i'm saying you should read the comments and follow the comments and they would send me the response that's the comment and it's in black and white. i'm disappointed with the planning department if i go through with this today >> any further jenny comments. seeing none general comment is closed >> commissioners that will place you under the reggie calendar where we'll be hearing item 5 for 369 third avenue request for authorization. >> good afternoon the item before you is to vacuum indicate a residential space d.b.a. as ox ton college with approximately 3 hundred 2 hundred 40 foot. this is a mass age business. it will - there will be no expansion of the building envelope. the proposed operation of the magazine age place are 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. >> and the project sponsors has indicated that all but not all of the people employees will be serviced by the california massage council but hav
the invoking features of this >> thank you commissioners i'm just here to talk about the castro of country club. >> could you you state your name. >> ohoh - i've been coming to the castro country club and i've watched it go through a lot of changes. i've watched a lot of people giving support and learn how to work because the country club is staffed by volunteers. the impact of our community has saved the aids epidemic and i know last week i was working with one man who was looking forever o for a residential treatment plan and i'm for it >> i urge you to vote yes for this proposal. >> i'm mike shriver and i'm a volunteer and client of the country club. in 1993 the original renter keith has said we've helped many people that are trying to get healthier. i've run the project for gay men and there's so little outreach for people who need any kind of help. the country club is a very important project. and to be sure the patio space is going to be very important to help people because people come together for help. i want to express my support for this project. >> hi. i'm a residents of
to go hiking in the woods. woof! and toast m-marshmallows over the campfire. (barks) and sleep in a tent. and tell spooky stories. (whimpering) (laughing): oh, don't worry, dog. there's nothing to be scared of. (whines) i'm the bravest camper in word world. and i'm something of a camping expert. whoa, whoa! huh! so i can tell you, pig's stories are just make-believe. (howls inquisitively) come on, dog. (barks) i can taste those toasted marshmallows already. whoa! ahh. well, let's go. (barking) ♪ a-camping we will go ♪ (with dog barking along): ♪ a-camping we will go ♪ ♪ into the woods, you know, a-camping we will go-- hey! ♪ ♪ a-camping we will go...♪ hey, guys, the perfect spot for camping. let's unpack our cooking equipment. (chuckles) whoa! whoa! (giggling) cooking equipment unpacked. who's hungry? pig, we can't worry about food yet. first, we need to set up our tent. now, tents can be very tricky to put up, you know but i'm something of a camping expert, so let me show you how it's done. (barking) okay. (humming) and, voila! e-n-t-t. hmm. no,
. >> this is worse than my family dinner. michael, what are you thankful for? holy mall. >> i'm not coming back, michael. >> i'm staying home so i can come to your house. >> not going to happen. >> i'm thankful for this here. >> can that gorilla do any tricks? he knows sign language. >> i'm thankful for you and malloy. >> f you ass-kisser. happy thanksgiving. here is is a child. i'm blocking you. have fun at the kids' table. thanks, everybody. have a happy thanksgiving. >> happy thanksgiving. >> happy thanksgiving. (laughter) >> the only thing that makes me sleepier than turkey is dhating with you guys. boring, i say. okay. time for celebrity birthdays. no celebrities were born today. good night. (applause) captioning sponsored by comedy central ["the colbert report" theme music playing] [cheers and applause] [chowd chanting stephen] [cheers and applause] >> stephen: welcome to the report. sit down. we will tom cot report. good to have you with us. sorry to keep you waiting, folks. i was just down in my underground bunker, making preparations. it's best that i don't divulge too many details bec
-chair kim: i have a question for the speaker. are you a t.i.c. owner? >> translator: no. >> co-chair kim: i'm curious as to why you're speaking on behalf of friends that are t.i.c. owners or if you're not one yourself, because this doesn't impact t.i.c. owners in the future that may be looking to buy. this is purely for those that currently have participated in the 2012-2013 lottery. >> translator: because i have many neighbors, and relatives. they all have that need. i volunteer in visitacion valley for over 20 years. thank you. >> chair wiener: thank you. thank you. if i could just remind, we -- again, no audible applause, booing, hissing. if you want to raise your hand to express aroofl, that's -- approval, that's great. next speaker. >> my name is kenneth laverne, i live in district 8. i'm a renter. i live on social security. i'm disabled. i think supervisors are well aware that the real estate market is red hot again right now, and there are great pressures on renters to be removed from units. i think this is another tool in the toolbox of landlords and real estate interest, to remove us
's right at the border and we recognize that. and we believe our decision was propriety in this case. i'm ready to answer any questions that you may have. based upon the information provided by the applicant, because we are given the mailing information from an applicant, much like planning does and we have to take that as fact based upon an affidavit from the company that created that or the applicant. >> have you verified that the information given by the applicant is true to the notification that was given? >> at the initial notification, it was correct. >> thank you. >> we'll take public comment now. can i see a show of hands of how many people will speak to this item. keep in mind any owners of the business listed as 2nd street merchants should not be participating at this time. if you could please line up on the far wall and if you have not already filled out a speaker card, you are not required to, but it helps us in the preparation of minutes. >> i will limit testimony to two minutes. >> okay. first speaker can begin. >> good evening commissioners. ken cleveland, representi
to try on a triathlons, stars gone and sweat is on! i think i'm going to puke. ♪ music a triathlon isn't just a race. it's a grueling fitness challenge consisting of a half-mile swim, a 25 mile bike ride and a four mile run. a challenge ali is ready to take on for the seventh time. i've got mom here, mom is like the best to have around because she's always like where's it at? i'm like mom i don't think you need another bell here! (excited) and then ali got a big surprise! look at you! it's jorge! jorge sierra has come a long way since meeting ali. he was featured in one of the first episodes with make big with ali vincent. he's already lost 80 pounds. keep it up! good job buddy! jorge's about to see ali do her own super workout. with her mom and jorge ready to cheer her on ali's ready to get going. it's beautiful today. the water looks awesome. the last time i was here i literally had to swim at an angle because the current was so bad. and then when i came back in i tumbled back in and i thought i was going to die. the swim today was kind of like an anxiety part but i think that it'll
of public works presented on that plan, i'm sorry this is such a bad xerox of this thing i'm showing on the overhead. but the 2nd street area between market and harrison, there is sidewalk. there is a bike lane and then there is a planting barrier, parking and traffic and the same thing on the other side. so they are going to be reducing the amount of parking spaces on the entire block between market and mission to four parking spaces. expresso subito would be using two of the four on the entire block. i have customers, many of them walk, but some of them drive. there are deliveris that happen all day. i don't feel it's the right use of city parking to be giving two of them away for the four hours each week. thank you. >> next speaker, please. >> good evening my name is khalifed ramadan. my and a half and i own sunrise deli at 54 2nd street. i signed and allowed expresso subito and gary and his employees to use our restroom. on the overhead, the location, our location is here. his truck is proposed at 84 2nd street. the reason i signed allowing him to use our restroom facility, w
. >> thank you. we have a custom comments captains ray ship link. and then lynn day how ford. >>> i'm captain ray ship lang with the pilots you know and i represent the captains and deck hands engineers box office, and i would like to defer to my sister from the ellen bowman engineer because that is my upbringing but i am looking forward to the hard water and the bourbon. if you would look to step up first, and i'll -- >>> are you sharing your time? >> no, i'm -- well she has her own time go ahead and finish. i mean it's up to you. >> well you know, i would like to defer as a gentlemen >>> yeah, the only problem with that captain is it gets us in trouble with the rules of oord. >> well i do not want to get you or myself into any trouble. >> that you for your cortiliness >>> so i'll be brief i'm hire to represent the members that work at the blue and gold and i would also like to say that normally we come over to the commission andcal welcome thank you for the welcome but we normally come here to ask you for something or complain about something and it's really nice to
's originallishance of this and i think, and typically, i'm not inclient on a rehearing unless there is some showing of new information and i think that we have enough here to work with for purposes of a rehearing on the notice based on testimony that was presented under oath the other concern i have is the representation that there was no objection from starbucks yet, i'm hearing from testimony that an objection that came in was not considered and i do not -- i think that also goes to the need for a rehearing. that is where i would be leaning.. >> well i'm inclient to a rehearing as well but i guess i would like to say to a number of the people here is that we are going to hear this matter based on a current law and the current ordinance that governors mobile food facility and is if that is not something that is not well done in your mind this is not the body that is going to be able to change it and i want to encourage all of you who feel that way to start weeking with your legislatures because those are the bun onces outly that are going to equity of the changes it's not glowing to come from h
. >> i'm happy to continue. >> i have to admit i am reluctant to go forward because the burden is on us. i believe that a project of this size it's a question of principle should have many commissioners present because we have the largest number of opinions on the subject manner >> commissioner anthony and in that regards to that question that the certification of an e i r which would be brother us in those important projects we need more votes so it's more important practically is 10 years that have gone into this project. i think it's only fair to the project sponsors and i'm prepared to vote on it today and hear it today but i think there is a sentiment it should be continued because it's a very important project. we need a larger commission to go forward with this. commissioner borden >> here's what i'm not - i mean members of the public probably don't know we're not allowed to speak outside this quorum. at this point we're public -i'm fine with continuing it and i'm trying to figure out what people want. i don't think we're clear on that. now by letting the audience know on the o
>> is there is presentation by the planning commission. >> i'm the architect for the building owner and also the castro country club. it's a pleasure to be here. we've been working on this project for over a year. for us the story starts when my client started looking at the building and my client is successfully in business and restaurant business. when we look at the building we saw the potential the combrv. what we also stated was to keep the castro country club open and it has been there for thirty years. we discovered there was no permit for this project. this also gives the castro club more time to add issues to their project. mike from the castro club are here to speak for the castro club. we've been met with respect for the whole project. for a second i'd like to talk about the actions and reacts. and these are the objections. one was about odor. we're going to run a shaft up on the roof and take the process to get rid of the odor. and another one was the noise. if you all think there shouldn't be a setback in the rear of the building but we'd like to do a sound study and submit it to the plann
i feel better now to let you know i'm not an unreasonable person. please take the situation - i'm a limited income person i'm trying to be fair. please scale down and forget it and let's work together. please consider my requests. >> thank you. >> good afternoon commissioners thank you very much. this case has got a lot of emotion on both sides >> i'm not represent myself i'm representing one of my neighbors. this is the project right here. in those the ocean el camino my clients here. this is the project the requester is here. their proposing enlarging a first floor. there or so yard setbacks the front yard is in el camino and this building will be a structure that will be shoold our windows. i've been out there at 3:30. we ask they scoot this away from the property line. i think so they have a varnsz that's accepted but there is a building to the structure - keep it away from the window. for some reason they want to put something on the roof and usually par pits is serving for an alternati- we ask that the p removed. - if they move off the property line like everybody else t
you done? thank you. i am aware of that. >> my name is tommy, i'm with the housing rights committee of san francisco. id like to talk about the -- of protections that tenants have in the law right now. the reality is there are no real protections for tenants right now in the law that will stop a tenant from being evicted for a t.i.c. there is no real protection. let's talk about the peskin legislation which i helped pass in 2005. right after that passed speculators and investors began to do buyouts. we saw them in my office, tons of buyout letters. they started to do threats, among spanish speakers they were telling them we're going to report you because we know you're undocumented if you don't leave. the reality they shifted from using ellis to using threats and buyouts. we don't know how many buildings are in the lottery right now where that happened, where someone was bought out or threatened. how can we talk about clean buildings unless we do some kind of investigation. the protection in wiener and farrell's legislation for someone living in a t.i.c., we all know the lifetime le
thing you never thought you would hear charlie sheen say. you're not that crazy guy anymore? >> no, i'm not. >> welcome back, sir. >> thank you. >> ding ding, round two. this is "piers morgan tonight." >> good evening. if you ask me to name my top three all-time guests, charlie sheen would definitely be one of those. he's hahn, funny, candid, and gloriously unpredictable. i'm not even sure it's charlie. he's a hollywood veteran, but it's his roles off screen that have been grabbing headlines for years. there's no one else quite like charlie sheen. it's been nearly two years since i sat down with him, and he sat with me again. charlie, it's a great pleasure to see you again. how are you? >> great. how are you? >> you look great. >> so do you. >> charlie is in good nature. >> thank you. falling asleep. >> before we go any further, a clip from the last interview we did, february of 2011. i think it would politely be described as the height of sheen mania. addiction specialists, you have seen them coming out. >> been around them for 20 years. lying to me for two decades. >> they're saying y
is to old russ and to auld lang syne. >> i'm for that. >> right. >> we'll take a cup of kindness. >> indeed we will. >> to life. >> you drink up, and we'll show you old hong kong. oh, hey. >> mm. >> i'm sorry. >> it's ok, it's ok. it's ok. >> listen, you better wash that off with cold water in the bathroom, eh? you're gonna smell like a barfly. >> you a little edgy, kel? >> well, maybe a little. i was up for a tennis match today, and i haven't come down yet. [door closes] >> that guy really your instructor and all that? >> yeah. was. >> what are you gonna do about it? >> about what? >> you know what i'm talking about, robinson. >> i'll do what i'm told. (9 >> it's something, isn't it? airstrip is built right out in the bay. >> kelly... >> yeah? >> what's the trouble? what's bothering you? >> nothing. well... lot of things coming back on me. >> like what things? >> seeing you, i guess, triggered it. >> what are you trying to say? >> what brought me to this job, what's gotten me through it... so far... "in espionage, we look upon the face of evil every day. we must all be on guard not to beco
again. it's not just the sheet, and you know it. we have our own life, our own family. i'm afraid to go on vacation, for fear of what will happen. you asked and he stopped smoking the pipe. because we're here. it's like taking care of a baby. i can't anymore. we've seen the place. it's clean. the staff is nice. jim, i'm going to call them today. do you have something with romance in it? i like romance, you see. we should have something here. a lot of old ladies here don't like romance. oh, but i do. i just love lovin'. look at this. has it got hot stuff? they're not exactly holding hands here. i like you. you know, you're all right. now get out. i want to read this. i'll see you later. go on, go on. i'm jonathan with the rolling library. something to read? no, thank you. wait. let me read some titles. i said no, thank you. all right, but let me leave something. i've got to do my job. here's one. welcome to hollywood. welcome to hollywood. quite a place. ever been there? no. meant to go. me and my wife never did. why not? i don't know. something came up. with the kids, huh? yeah, with th
of the building envelope. the proposed operation of the magazine age place are 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. >> and the project sponsors has indicated that all but not all of the people employees will be serviced by the california massage council but have the licenses for them. today, the department has received two letters from the establishment. the planning department primari primarily - >> public comment? >> thank you commissioner if i allow me to speak again? >> please state your name. pardon me >> i'm a licensed acupuncture on a street locally. i have 16 massage establishment in the richmond district almost all blocks have massage districts businesses. i'm concerned when i low with massage alone every 3 blocks or so they have established massage businesses - i don't know how the regulation has been removed so, now i'm in the richmond district and - right now the people in california they have issues for me and when we establish a permit people can have licensing anywhere in california and i'm concerned there are too many in the areas. there are 8 massage businesses in the area.
! you're wrong. i'm right and you know it. look, i have to go. rebecca, we have to talk. not now, matt. ( sighs ) i'll wait right here till you're done. ( sighs ) matt, you don't have to wait for me. yes, i do. i'll be right here. it'll be a couple of hours. all right. ( sighs ) bye. where are you going? the front door is over there. i have to use the employees' entrance. excuse me... the gold room? this way? thanks. hi, steve. hello, rebecca. we're almost ready. listen, i need to change. there's a ladies' room over there. i'll be right back. hi, jessica. and how are you? rebecca: good. ( cocktail music playing on piano ) step right in. ( sighs ) ( piano plays sophisticated jazz ) ( sighs ) ( sighs deeply ) hello? hello. welcome to the gold room. i'm rebecca casey and this is steve davis. here's a song i wrote. i call it "traveling light." ( piano intro playing ) ♪ i've got my ticket and i've got my hat ♪ ♪ i've got my reason to ride ♪ i've got my memories ♪ but they're far behind ♪ i'm traveling light... ♪ i've got my suitcase and i've got my coat ♪ ♪ i've got my rea
] please. i keep waiting for a camera crew to come running out of her pubes to tell me i'm on punk'd. [laughter] now, i know you at home can't see anything, but the studio's response should tell you there's a reason this is completely blurred. and i'm actually shocked that we have enough blur. it's huge. if you want to see the photo-- and i warn you, you don't-- go to comedycentral.com/tosh.0. make sure you watch next week when the puke kid comes by. who's he? [chuckles] i don't know. i don't want to ruin it, but i'm pretty sure he's gonna puke. good night, you guys. i'll see you next week. yeah! [cheers and applause] thank you. good night. captioning sponsored by comedy central ["the colbert report" theme music playing] [cheers and applause] [chowd chanting stephen] [cheers and applause] >> stephen: welcome to the report. sit down. we will tom cot report. good to have you with us. sorry to keep you waiting, folks. i was just down in my underground bunker, making preparations. it's best that i don't divulge too many details because [whispering] i'm starting to suspect this place is
in the air, and i am freaking out. stop taking pictures. there's still work to be done. - i'm trying to have fun. - it's not fun when you're being a bitch. - that's what you think. like--hi, how are you? - hi, nice to meet you. - thank you. - sorry my hands are so cold. so far, the party's been, like, a really big success. but underneath, i'm freaking out about the cupcakes. - oh, how are you? - god! it's our prince charming. - our prince. - like, this client knows what he wants, he wants it now, he wants it when he wants it, and we have to give it to him, otherwise nobody will want anything from us ever again. - liz? both: what? - the cupcakes are here. - bring them out. - oh, the cupcakes. - [gasping] the cupcakes look amazing. those cupcakes look amazing. - they're wearing little bikinis. - they're ready for the pool. - this is not what i envisioned. - i'm all about work, and the work we put into these cupcakes are really paying off in an amazing way. - these cupcakes are having a party. [barking] brad! brad is so confident. he's like a completely new dog. like, no one would ever know. -
operated military base in the united states until its closure in 1995. okay so you see i'm on these large battery platforms and i see big iron doors and things but you can see these big concrete foundations of where the guns would sit and that's where they would rotate on these circles and have a pretty good view of some bad guys coming in there. san fransisco's population exploded from 1,000 to over 25,000 during the california gold rush of 1849 and has been growing ever since. it's a city that is always thrived. rebuilding quickly after the devastation of the 1906 earthquake and even staying a float during the stock market crash of 1929 with not one of its banks failing but its location along the central california coast is meant that it's always been a port town and today it's shipping and fairy system is a big part of how the city by the bay does business. i thought it might be fun to get a totally different kind of feel for san fransisco by getting out on that bay for a little paddle time; so we hooked up with ted of city kayaks on pier 40 to get us on the water. i've never been kaya
that the permits hasn't changed based upon the building department -- i'm sorry mr. wall. mr. sires, you know when i looked over that form i'm not sure it shows it never changed, but let me ask you the question. has your design change from what you presented at the 09-11? >> if you look at exhibit number five -- i'm sorry eight. it's the permit details report and it's from the planning or building department and has on there disposition stage and action date and stage so my understanding and mr. sanchez can correct me on this, so it lists all of the activity. triage and filing and this is when it was approved and no other action until -- >> i understand that but is it the same set of drawings there? you didn't replace the drawings at all? >> he can answer better than i can. >> scott sanchez planning department. the so the plans were most likely dated nine-four-09 and the plans by the sponsor is not the actual approved set but originally date of september 09 and the plans out to notification. there is in the upper right hand corner these are revisions and dated then and i'm assuming take into a
that you are short on time here? >> i'm sorry. >> the first argument set out by counsel for the appellants relates to the language in the code regarding assessor's block and block face. and you ran through that. your response very quickly. can you re-articulate your argument and his response slowly please. >> i think his argument is that because it does not specifically say "assessor's block," and therefore. >> the code section that is relevant? >> this is not the code actually. this is a guideline from dpw. >> thank you. >> and because i believe his argument is because the code -- i mean, i'm sorry, the guideline does not say "assessor's block," that should not be how its interpreted. >> it says "block face," right? >> yes. >> my position it's open for interpretation by dpw. it does not say that you cannot use assessor's parcel number, just as the 300' distance has no quantitification on it. it's up to dpw to decide how to administer its parents and it does so evenly and it did so evenly and consistent with its own policy, when it took the radius maps that were
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